So I have two chicks I picked up from work, my first is my little wry neck angel Whinny who is so calm and sweet and funny however I felt bad bringing her home alone so I got my other chick....Elsa. Now Elsa is more high maintenance than my little wry neck who just loves life and everything is good until she has to have a dropper stuffed in her mouth. For those few seconds then it's horrible but she goes right back to her peppy self afterwards. Elsa on the other hand....cries and cries and cries no matter what I do or how much attention I give her and I am not sure why. She will calm down when she is eating and drinking and will huddle with Whinny for the most part but even when Whinny is awake or wanting to play with her Elsa will find every reason to walk, run, and flap about the brooder crying at the top of her lungs and WOW, those are some powerful tiny lungs she's got there. I worried she felt lonely despite having Whinny in there so I pick her up to cuddle her, no deal, she wants no part of it and wants to walk around on the ground freely. I set her back down and she walks around then starts screaming again so I put her back in with Whinny. Then she walks around and starts crying again looking up at me and acting like she wants out of the brooder so I pick her up to cuddle her and she cries, the cycle continues as I move her around not really knowing what she wants. The temp is not too cold or too hot. Whinny walks around freely just fine and perfectly happy. They have food and water and Elsa is showing no signs of illness. She will literally keep herself awake despite the fact she is tired and cry and cry and cry. Every now and again she will finally calm down for a short moment and curl up to sleep with Whinny but then in no time flat she is up walking around and crying again. Could something be wrong with her? Could she be bored? Could she be lonely despite having her wry neck room mate? I have never had a chick cry this much, not even my baby wry neck cries more than a little when I take Elsa out of the brooder and she gets lonely. She cries so much and I literally have no idea why she is doing it. I even gave her a mirror, stuffed animals, tunnels and caves, a little bird house nest box, and several perches and a bird swing just to keep her entertained but still not a **** thing has stopped her constant crying.